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Month: October 2019

Episode 24: Dawn Sam Alden and Jen Albert- Fight Coordination and Klingon Tamburlaine

I had the great honor and pleasure of talking with Dawn Sam Alden and Jen Albert about their experiences as both fight coordinators and acting in classic theatre, including their current production of a Klingon adaptation of Christopher Marlowe’s Tamburlaine through the theatrical company, the School of Night.

You can find Jen Albert on the following social media:
Twitter:@thejenalbert
Instagram:@thejenalbert
Twitter: @SchoolofNightLA
Instagram: @SchoolofNight
FB: @schoolofnighttheatre

Dawn Sam Alden can be followed here:
Twitter:  @Vicarious_Films
IG:  @herpowmovies
FB:  https://www.facebook.com/VicariousFilms/
Website: www.vicariousfilms.com
Twitter:  @dawnsam13
IG:  @bluebeardruidsister
Website:  www.dawnalden.com

Our next book will actually be two: a comparative study between Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus and her penultimate book, Lodore (which I pronounce Lo-door-eh, but may just be Lo-Door).

Frankenstein can be found online through the Project Gutenberg website:

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/84/84-h/84-h.htm

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Episode 23: Claudia Gray- Star Wars: Bloodline

This episode is filled with SPOILERS, since we give specifics throughout our discussion.

Quick amendment to this episode: Hera WAS mentioned in Rogue One and the Ghost is one of the rebel ships that shows up for the battle of Scarif.

Kate Motzenbacker and I cover Claudia Gray’s Star Wars: Bloodline. It most likely can be found at your local library, as well as on Amazon and through Penguin Random House’s website.

We both absolutely adored this book. I personally cannot recommend this book enough.

Our next book will actually be two: a comparative study between Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus and her penultimate book, Lodore (which I pronounce Lo-door-eh, but may just be Lo-Door).

Frankenstein can be found online through the Project Gutenberg website:

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/84/84-h/84-h.htm

Sisters of Sci-Fi is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, and through the RSS Feed.